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What is a Management System?

Management Systems help organisations continually improve their overall performance and compliance regarding health, safety, environmental and quality legislation and standards.

They consist of policies, processes and procedures implemented by a business to ensure that they can carry out tasks required to achieve the companies objectives.  A sound management system can assist businesses in legislative and regulatory conformance and key focus areas, including safe operation, product quality, and environmental performance.

 Management systems can be focussed on a single aspect of your business, such as OHS/WHS, environmental elements or quality management or can be a combination of several elements.

It is also becoming more and more common that management systems are fully integrated systems across multiple elements and standards.

Benefits of Having a Management System in Place

Occupational Health and Safety/Work Health and Safety (AS/NZS ISO 45001:2018), Environmental (AS/NZS ISO 14001:2016) and Quality (AS/NZS ISO 9001:2016) Management Systems will provide you with a coordinated and systematic approach to managing health, safety, environmental and quality risks.

Management System Content

Docs by SafetyCulture Management Systems provide internal policies and procedures covering all aspects of a world-class system, including management planning and leadership, document control, health, safety, environmental and quality planning, operational control, and emergency management.

Suitable for both small and large organisations, these management systems are written in alignment with the requirements of:

These compliant and professional management systems provide the key elements required to conform to current legislation.

Available for instant download and supplied in fully editable MS Word format for use in your business.

Looking for a fully integrated (OHS/WHS, Environmental and Quality) management system then check out our range of Integrated Systems.